Borneo Wild Treasure Restaurant @ Bundusan
Previously, Angeline and I had planned to go to Borneo Wildlife Treasure Restaurant for Dim Sum before, but unfortunately it was closed on that day and we ended up having some lousy food at Foods & T. To try our luck, we went there again and of course, with a back-up plan. If the shop is close, we will go to Wong Kwok for Dim Sum. Lucky enough, the shop is open this time and it was very crowded.
Har Gou (Prawn Dumpling)
The Har Gou is not very big, but the skin is thin and prawn is fresh. They added some Chinese chives to the Har Gou and it makes the Har Gou more tasty and fragrantly good.
Siew Mai (Prawn and Pork Dumpling)
The Siew Mai tasted good too but I can only tasted the pork and can hardly see the prawn or maybe it was just a pork dumpling.
Fung Zhao (Chicken feet with fermented bean sauce)
The sauces is a little bit tasteless and quite oily. The chicken feet will taste good only if it was dip in the chilly sauce before you eat.
Wu Kwok (Yam filled with BBQ Pork)
The Wu Kwok doesn't tasted oily and it was crispy and nice. The taste is not very heavy and believe me, you will want a second bite after you try it.
Pork with Vegetables Dumpling
Compared with the Siew Mai, I prefered this.
Although it was not oily, but it was not crispy too. The carrot cake is more on the sweet side and I felt that it will taste better if it was a little bit more salty. However, it was not bad though.
Loh Mai Kai (Steamed Glutinious Rice)
It was served in a bowl and we poured it out to the plate. The smell is very good, probably because of the Loh Mai Kai contained the salted egg yolk and lap cheong(chinese sausages). The glutinious rice was full of flavour too.
They are having a promotion now, it only costed RM2.90 per plate. We ordered 7 plate with two Lemon drinks and it costed us RM23.70.